Membership

 

Join us if you are into local history or archaeology

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 Benefits of joining                                          


FOR YOU:

  • A copy of the Society’s journal , Records of Buckinghamshire, published in May every year with up-to-date historical research articles and archaeological excavation reports.
  • Newsletters in Spring and Autumn with details of Society events and activities.
  • Access to the Society’s Library and Archives and support for research into all aspects of local history and archaeology.
  • A free lecture series in Aylesbury every Winter. This is currently running on-line because of the Covid-19 epidemic.
  • Outings to historic buildings and archaeological sites in Summer.
  • Opportunities to play an active part in the Society through its Active Archaeology Group, the Buckinghamshire Local History Network, and other ad hoc research groups.

FOR THE COUNTY, INCLUDING MILTON KEYNES:

  • Support from the society in identifying, understanding, promoting and where necessary defending and protecting Buckinghamshire’s historic environment.
  • Assistance in the preservation of important archives on the county’s history and archaeology.
  • Support for the County Museum, with its local collections started by the Society

Please support the Society
in these activities by joining us.

 How to join                                                    


Annual Subscription rates

Ordinary Member £18

Family  (two or more people living at the same address and their children under 18)
£22
Affiliated Societies £22
Junior – with Journal £12
Junior – without Journal £6

Join the Society

JOIN ONLINE: Click here to join online , paying by card, or
JOIN BY POST: Click here to print a membership form and return it by post with your cheque.

 Make the most of your membership           


Are you using the facilities, activities and events of the Society as much to your benefit as you perhaps could?

Collectively members contribute to the understanding and preservation of the county’s historic assets through the Active Archaeology Group, the Buckinghamshire Local History Network and the annual Records of Buckinghamshire and other publications.

The society also responds to members’ suggestions and initiatives .
See the full results of the BAS Members surveys.
Current Survey Feb.2021
Previous Survey 2011. .


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